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Lameese Eldesouky

I am a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. I am a personality and social psychologist whose research is focused on the scientific study of emotion. I use survey, experience sampling, and experimental methods to examine the factors that predict how people regulate their emotions and how emotion regulation’s affective and social consequences vary across persons and contexts. I am also interested in the development and validation of diverse emotion regulation measures.

Affective Instability As An Important Predictor Of Depression Later In Life

Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a serious psychiatric disorder that affects more people globally than any other psychiatric disorder. A growing number of studies show that problems with emotional experience and regulation are important for understanding MDD risk. Meanwhile, people […]